In this most recent collection of his writing, Cavell provides extraordinary careful and sustained readings of Emerson's "Fate", Derrida's response to J. L. Austin in "Signature Event Context", and Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations.
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Table of Contents
Introduction: Michael Payne and Richard Fleming.
1. Emerson's Constitutional Amending: Reading Emerson's "Fate".
2. What Did Derrida Want of Austin?.
3. Seminar on "What Did Derrida Want of Austin?".
4. The Self of Philosophy: An Interview with Stanley Cavell.
5. Continuing Cavell: Side Roads of "The Claim of Reason": Richard Fleming.
6. Notes and Afterthoughts on the Opening of Wittgenstein's Investigations.
Stanley Cavell: A Working Bibliography, 1951-1994: Compiled by Peter S. Fosl and Michael Payne.